Monthly Archives: March 2020

DEFECTIVE ILLNESSES – PIERRE SCHMIDT

This is how I translate the expression ‘Einseitige Krankheiten,’ which we find interpreted in the other translations of the Organon into French, as “partial illnesses,” which of course, is a mistake. This is what HAHNEMANN says in Paragraph 172: “A … Continue reading

 
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The friend of health (Hahnemann, 1791) – Part i – Protection against infection in epidemic diseases

For every kind of poisonous exhalation there is in all probability a particular antidote, only we do not always know enough about the latter. It is well known that the air of our atmosphere contains two-thirds of a gas that … Continue reading

 
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Some history of the treatment of epidemics with Homeopathy – Julian Winston

From its earliest days, homeopathy has been able to treat epidemic diseases with a substantial rate of success, when compared to conventional treatments.  It was these successes that placed the practice of homeopathy so firmly in the consciousness of peopleworld-wide. There is a … Continue reading

 
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Cause and prevention of the Asiatic cholera – Hahnemann, 1831

A receipt has been given to the world, which proved so efficacious in Dünaburg in the Asiatic cholera, that of ten patients but one died. The chief ingredient is camphor, which is in ten times the proportion of the other … Continue reading

 
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The mode of propagation of the asiatic cholera – Hahnemann, 1831

Two opinions, exactly opposed to each other prevail on this subject. One party considers the pestilence as only epidemic, of atmospheric-telluric nature, just as though it were merely spread through the air, from which there would in that case be … Continue reading

 
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